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May 30, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-30

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LIGHTS OF PEACE from page 53

turn the physical light of Shabbat
into spiritual light," Greenberg said.
"We could talk about politics, but
we believe spiritual power has an
effect and we want to do what we
can spiritually to help Israel.
"Lighting Shabbat candles always
warrants a time of personal prayer.
It allows us to take a minute or two
to get rid of all that happened dur-
ing the week and enter the peace of
Shabbat," Greenberg said.
"Shabbat is always a special time
to pray to God," Amzalak said. "I
always have my family in mind
when I light Shabbat candles, but
on May 30, I will take the extra
time to join all the women and girls
who will pray together for peace in
Israel." ❑

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Part I

Part II

1. Who was Mary?
2. What are the words to "Jingle Bells?"
3. On which holiday do kids look for eggs?
4. When is Lent?
5. What was Martin Luther's major accomplishment?

1. Who was Yocheved
2. What are the words to "Haneiros Hallalu?"
3. On which holiday do (Jewish) kids play with bows and arrows?
4. When are the "Three Weeks?"
5. What was the Ba'al Shem Tov's major accomplishment?

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*Jewish Quotient

The Shabbat candles are lit — 18
minutes before sunset — on the
table where the Shabbat meal will
be eaten. The lighted candles pro-
vide the atmosphere of shalom
bayit (harmony in the home) and
the light and gladness that Shabbat
After lighting the candles, the
hands are drawn inward in a circu-
lar motion three times to indicate
the beckoning and acceptance of
Shabbat. With hands placed over
the eyes, the blessing is recited over
the candles:
"Blessed are You, Lord our God,
King of the universe, who has
sanctified us with His command-
ments and commanded us to kin-
dle the light of the holy Shabbat."
After the blessing, personal
prayers. may be added.

For information on weekly can-
dlelighting times, check the For
Openers page of each week's
Jewish News or access the Shabbat
Candles for Peace Web site at:
To receive a complimentary can-
dlelighting kit, call Miriam
Amzalak at (248) 967-5056 or
send an e-mail to:

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